Little Hope for Overhaul as Fund Nears $1 Billion
Cost-cutting and fiscal transparency will likely dominate the upcoming legislative session, but lawmakers don't have high hopes for reforming the System Benefit Fund, a pot of $850 million not being used for its intended purposes.
Cost-cutting and fiscal transparency will likely dominate the upcoming legislative session, but lawmakers are holding out little hope for an overhaul of the System Benefit Fund, a pot of $850 million not being used for its intended purposes. Read the full story at StateImpact Texas.
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